Our elusive traveller ‘Pip Squeak’ on his stay in the picturesque Gardens of Versailles
Joanna reminisces about the food she was eating this time last year
The most striking aspect of the whole saga is not the unanswered questions that remain…but the utter indifference
Thomas Turner takes a look at the race to win the French presidency with less than six months until polling day
As France moves to ban ‘Mini-Miss’ pageants, how long until Britain follows?
Cimarron Young, studying French and Business Management, talks to us about her year abroad experience working at ELLE magazine, Paris.
With European leaders toppling left, right and centre, the Arab Spring has given way to the Mediterranean Autumn – and it’s nothing if not entertaining, writes Cat Hanson
When we think of Paris now, we think of thin women, baguettes and the Eiffel Tower. Rewind several decades to the 1940s and we begin to see it wasn’t all that. From 1946 to 1958, the Fourth Republic of France was in its post-war operation (the Nazis had left and American films were once again allowed to be shown).